EcoBlaze wood pellets are produced from waste wood at our sawmill located in Beans Cove, PA. These pellets excede the Pellet Fuel Institute standards for premium pellets. Their ash content is low
Manufactured by Eby Sawmill. 2319 Beans Cove Rd Clearville, PA 15535
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Unfortunately for us, we bought 2 ton of these based on our experience with them in 2016. This year we have experienced more than average ash so much that it clogs our burn pot and leaves piles of ash on the door. We have a 1year old Breckswell so the stove is not the issue and the pellets we have burned were directly off of the skid and dry. I have also found there is no consistency in the length of the pellet. Many are far longer than the recommended length for a wood pellet. I’m very disappointed.
I burned these in 2016 and they burned great but I had nothing to compare them to. I tried some Hamers hot ones and I think they are much better. I was disappointed I picked up a ton of Ecoblaze this year from Tussey mountain mulch and they were wet. Got them home and every bag had water droplets on them and they are perforated bags. The bags around the bottom and edges had gotten completely wet and were one big brick of pellets. I took them back after wasting 2 hours of my time. The 2016 ecoblaze were shrink-wrapped very nicely like most pellet company’s. 2017’s pellets have a loose non shrink-wrapped cover that is then held on by a few rounds of that shipping cellophane. I will buy again if they go back to keeping them weatherproof like they used to do.
Best pellets I have ever burned! In my Englander stove.These pellets burn hotter and slower so you will have t a just your stove accordingly.Great value one bag a day heats the large living room and bedrooms.
EcoBlaze wood pellets cleanest I’ve ever used,
Love how you Rap them to sell,will not get wet!!!!!!!!
Keep up the good work Thanks……
We have burned 2 tons of these pellets this year. Each ton was purchased at different times at different places. They were purchased because they were the cheapest we could find. The first ton was great. They burned well, didn’t cause problems with the stove, and burned on all settings. The second ton has been a disaster they do not burn well. They clog up the stove pot, they have jammed up the auger (no other material found in them) and there are a large amount of fines. The first batch was 2013/2014 the second batch was earlier and had apparently been sitting at the dealer for awhile. We have an Ashley Multi Fuel stove purchased in the fall 2013. It’s cleaned regularly and with the second batch of pellets is been needed to be cleaned every few days. I would buy Eco Blaze again but I would make sure they are from a new batch not sitting around for awhile.
I also have ran into issues with finding Foam Weather stripping. Although i learned the hard way and about a 4″ pcs stall and burn up my auger motor cost about 190.00 to fix but the worst part was it was at midnight and about 7 degs outside. took me 2 days with out heat to get this fixed. our than this issue i do think they have a good product, they just need to do a final screening before bagging.
I have purchased many bags of EcoBlaze pellets. They burn very clean and hot. Very little ash. A great buy for your money. Stay warm all winter.
Although I like the way these burn I have found too large pieces of what appears to be weatherstrippong of some sort in two different bags. The one I found when dumping the pellets,the other I found when the auger jammed in my stove.
For this reason I belive I am done with this brand not worth the risk of ruining my stove.